Truckers, you’re probably tired of reading about the baddies who wear them, but there are some interesting hat trends in the world of tech.
One of the coolest hats on the market is the “trucker hat,” which is basically a hat with the word “trucker” embroidered on it.
In some cases, the word itself has been taken from a classic rock song, and is actually based on a real trucker’s hat, with the words “trying to be a trucker” written on it and the letters “R” and “T” on the brim.
“This is my new favorite hat, it’s awesome, it looks good on you and it’s cheap,” the hat’s designer, Andrew W. Smith, told Mashable.
“It’s like a trucking hat with a tractor trailer attached to it.”
The trucker-themed hat is actually very much an attempt at a classic look for the trucker, as it’s very similar to the ones worn by men in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.
Smith created the hat after realizing that his brother, a truck driver himself, had one, and he wanted to wear it.
The hat has an “O” design on the front, and it has a “B” design in the back.
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But the hat isn’t just about the hat, which is just one of many hats inspired by the popular rock song “Truckers,” which was written in 1934 by the band The Who.
The song, which includes lyrics about men trying to be truckers, is actually one of the more famous examples of a song that was originally written for a man trying to become a truckers.
The title of the song is “Trucker Hat,” and it was originally recorded in 1933 by the British rock band The Byrds.
The original lyrics were written by drummer Robert Wyatt, and they describe the band’s desire to be “travelling men, the same as we were going to be” when they were kids.
The lyrics include a line about how the band members “tried to be the men we wanted to be,” and the lyrics were adapted by Wyatt to make the song more popular in the 1940s.
According to Wikipedia, the song was used as a vehicle to introduce the idea of the “good old days” of the 1930’s and 40s, but the song has been credited with sparking the modern trend in trucker clothing.
In addition to Wyatt, the lyrics of the tune have been used by other rock musicians, such as Elvis Presley, and even the title song of The Twilight Zone.
So while the hat is pretty cool, Smith told Mashables that it’s actually not really the hat itself that’s all that important.
“I didn’t make this to be controversial.
This is not a hat that you wear to be ironic, or to be like, ‘Oh, I can’t wear this to work.
This hat is too conservative.'”
“Trying to wear a truck-driving hat to work, like this,” Smith added.
“You can get this for cheap.
It’s not the hat you want to be wearing, and I don’t know why.”